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See Spain on a Budget: 7 Affordable Attractions in Seville

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See Spain on a Budget: 7 Affordable Attractions in Seville | AIFS Study Abroad | AIFS in Seville, Spain | Sevilla

Traveling to Seville, Spain on a budget? No stress – you don’t have to break the bank to see the city’s best sights!

Whether you’re studying abroad or just planning a visit here, these are 7 awe-inspiring attractions you can see for pocket change or less in Seville, Spain.

1. Torro del Oro

Not only is the Torro del Oro one of Seville’s most photographed sights, it also offers spectacular views to photograph from the top. Admission is free on Mondays, so be sure to start your week off here!

2. Parque de Maria Luisa

The Parque de María Luisa is a spacious, green oasis complete with duck ponds, mini-canals, and paths shaded by trees. Entrance to the park is free! If you’re willing to spend a little extra, though, bike rentals make for a memorable day for only about €12.

3. Plaza de España

While exploring the Parque de María Luisa, be sure to visit the magnificent Plaza de España. Seville’s can’t-miss attraction comes at no charge and impresses with over the top fountains, mini-canals, and Venetian-style bridges.

4. Barrio Santa Cruz

The Santa Cruz area of Seville is one of the most picturesque and delightful parts of the city. Its winding, cobbled streets, secret squares, and whitewashed houses bring a new (free of charge!) level of excitement to aimless wandering. 

5. Royal Tobacco Factory 

Now the seat of Universidad de Sevilla, the Royal Tobacco Factory housed Europe’s very first tobacco plant during the 18th century. While abroad in Seville, you can easily check out the factory’s industrial architecture before class.

6. Seville Cathedral and Giralda Bell Tower 

The world’s largest Gothic cathedral, Seville Cathedral and its Giralda Bell Tower should not be missed while in town – and are super affordable. Admission to the Seville Cathedral and Giralda Bell Tower is just €4 for students. 

7. Metropol Parasol

Otherwise known as “The Mushroom,” Seville’s Metropol Parasol is a modern architectural marvel. Tickets to the top of this fun and funky attraction are less than €5 for incredible, rooftop views of Seville. 

Interested in visiting these 7 budget-friendly attractions? You can – by studying abroad in Seville, Spain with AIFS!

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